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Security and Identity Standards


October 26, 2005 4:20 pm





As you hear us talk a lot at Novell about being open and standards-based, it’s worth noting that we are actively involved with many of these standards bodies. On the identity and security side of things we are very active in the Liberty Alliance, OASIS and The Open Group. You may have seen a new committee from OASIS today that has been established to define security policies for Web services, specifically SOAP messages. This is of particular importance to the adoption of federation, as these standards establish trust between business partners so they know that the information they are exchanging is secure. Novell’s involvement in this supports our commitment to security and interoperablity.

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